A site full of caves, canyons and overhangs that look like a cathedral.Many schools of snapper and margates and the HUGE Ocean Tarpon.Disturb the sand and they'll come very close to you to see what food might be lurking about.Look inside the cracks for crabs and lobster.
The biggest wreck in Bermuda at 152m/499ft and 3 decks high, this Spanish luxury liner met her fate in October 1936.The wreck is scattered but you could do a few dives here and not get bored.Lots of groupers and reef fish inhabit the wreck.
The 76m/250ft long Norwegian freighter ran into the reef when the captain saw the wreck of the Cristobal Colon and changed course, causing it to colide with the reef in 1937.You can see the engine, propeller and its shaft and fire engine.
She sunk in 1878 off Tucker's Town Beach, you can still see the boilers, engine, deck winches and propeller shaft of this 60m/200ft English Brigantine Rig, or the propeller on the reef if you're snorkelling.
This wreck is full of history, smuggling stories and war memories.The 68m/225ft paddlewheel steamer sank in 1864, the paddlewheel frames still in tact along with parts of the bow, the anchor and boilers.Eagle rays and groups hang out around the wreck.
This 72m/236ft paddlewheel steamer ran aground in in 1863 a similar fashion to her sister ship, the Marie Celeste.The frames of the wheels are still visible, as is a steam boiler and some of the frame.Large schools of fish frequent the area and groupers hide inside the wreck.
This old, 75m/245ft steamer sank in 1879, her steam boilers, propeller and stern is still visible.Lots of sea life surrounds the wreck, look out for rays, big schools of grunts, large groupers or margates, many urchins and spiny lobsters.
The North Carolina in an English barque and sunk in 1880.She measures 62m/205ft in length and the bow and stern are almost intact.The 'dead eyes' make interesting photos, also look out for huge hogfish and large schools of fish.
A cargo steamers that measured 69m/228ft in length and sunk in 1920, she is very shallow and you can still see the steam engine and boilers.It's great for photography as it's shallow and the bow sits just a few metres under the surface.
One of the newest wrecks to the Bermuda reefs, the Xing Da was involved in people smuggling and caught by the US Coast Guard before the immigrants could be smuggled to the USA.She was in such bad condition when captured that the government decided to sink the vessel and now is one of Bermuda's…
One of the most popular wreck dives due to the excellent condition of the US Coast Guard buoy tender.She's only 50m/165ft long and sits upright in the water, making it a great photography site due to the clear water and things such as engines, deck winch, propeller, galley and cargo hold which can…
A huge tunnel through the breaker, allows for getting up close to moray eels, spiny lobster and other sea life taking cover from the outside world.Schools of barracuda and giant groupers cruise around, look in the sandy areas for great macro life such as leopard flatworms and sea goddesses.There…